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Housing

University Housing

Law students also have the option of living in one of the University-operated buildings near the law school. Due to renovations of some graduate residence halls, space is limited, so it is recommended you visit the OSU Housing web site as soon as possible to ensure housing.

Neil Avenue Building

Neil Avenue

Neil Avenue Building

New housing options for graduate and professional students, including LL.M. students, are also available on south campus close to the Moritz College of Law. The Neil Avenue building offers a variety of housing options, and some apartments include such amenities as ranges, dishwashers, refrigerators, and microwave ovens. South campus graduate and professional housing also features study lounges, conference spaces, laundry facilities, and a retail store right on the premise.

Buckeye Village

Buckeye Village is a 390-unit apartment complex owned and operated by the University for married students and students with dependent children. Buckeye Village offers the benefit of secure and convenient housing at an affordable cost. Unfurnished one- and two-bedroom apartments are available on a month-to-month basis. Located approximately two miles from the Moritz College of Law, residents of Buckeye Village are served by the campus bus service. Since demand is high for Buckeye Village, prospective students are encouraged to complete a housing application simultaneous with the application for admission. An application for Buckeye Village is available on their web site at www.buckeyevillage.com or may be obtained by phoning (614) 292-6561.